The 2015 edition of the Kampgrounds of America Directory is available for pick-up free of charge at the front desk of any KOA location in North America. Travelers can locate the KOA campground nearest them by entering a ZIP code in the Find a KOA tool at Koa.com
A free copy can also be requested online by selecting the Resources header at the KOA homepage, and then clicking Request KOA Directory. Online requests are subject to a $6 shipping and handling fee and a four to six week delivery period. The directory can be downloaded and printed by selecting the Resources header at the KOA homepage, and then clicking Download Directory.
The 2015 KOA Directory includes detailed descriptions on the 489 KOA locations in the United States and Canada, including a full list of the types of sites available, services provided by the campground and the recreational activities accessible to camping enthusiasts. Within the KOA Directory is a full road atlas covering all of North America, with full-color maps guiding travelers to their next destination through detailed campground locators.
KOA was founded in 1962 by Billings, Montana, businessman Dave Drum. As of 2015, KOA represents the largest system of privately-held campgrounds in the world.